“China has been a principal economic and military partner of the various Myanmar and Burma regimes since the beginning.”
Antonio GraceffoNovember 21, 2022
Violations of religious freedom have been a significant factor in creating the conditions that marked the “path to genocide.” Therefore, protecting religious freedom will be critical for those looking to walk with the “Rohingya on this path out of genocide.”
Jeremy BarkerMarch 29, 2022
The genocide determination issued by the Biden administration has been a long time coming, but it’s never too late to do the right thing. The determination should now act as a catalyst for global momentum to hold the perpetrators accountable.
Arielle Del TurcoMarch 27, 2022
Covering everything from sanctions and import prohibitions to humanitarian aid, the BURMA Act is one of the most comprehensive pieces of proposed legislation to address the coup.
Isabella MeibauerDecember 8, 2021
The brutalities endured by Burma’s Rohingya—the country’s most vulnerable population—were bad even before the recent coup. The US response must take their plight into account, or risk making it even worse.
Hannah So & Olivia EnosFebruary 16, 2021
The US must act swiftly and decisively against the Myanmar coup to preserve the country’s recent democratic gains and send a message to China.
Isabella MeibauerFebruary 1, 2021
If Pakistan takes such great lengths to “protect” Islam and its Muslim citizens, it should also seek to protect fellow Muslims abroad who are the victims of ethnic cleansing, oppression, or persecution.
Isabella MeibauerNovember 9, 2020
With Myanmar’s military still controlling 25 percent of its parliament and a history of brutal crackdowns—not to mention the recent Rohingya crisis—COVID-19 is exacerbating the precarious balance between the military and civilians in power.
Isabella MeibauerJuly 21, 2020
As COVID-19 spreads globally, religious minorities are now more exposed and vulnerable.
Zsuzsa Anna FerenczyJune 18, 2020